Serge Schmemann has written an excellent editorial in the New York Times, where the spotlight is on Paris again as an emerging global leader in livability and sustainability. It goes hand-in-hand with the cycling post from yesterday. Miami (and the U.S.) could learn a lot.

Click here to read it.

Photo courtesy of paytonc’s flickr


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One Response to "I Love Paris on a Bus, a Bike, a Train and in Anything but a Car"

  1. A#2 says:

    Good article.

    The main lesson that Miami officials should take from this is:

    “If you’re going to squeeze the cars, first primp the public ride.”

    Doing the former without the latter is not going to produce good results for anyone.

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